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The Republicans Name Their Nominees. Mayor Hazard Renominated by Acclamation. City Clerk Teed Receives the Same Treatment. The Result of the W,ard Caucuses for Council and Board of Education Nom inens—Full Report of Proceedings. Although the Republican city con vention was called for 9 o'clock yester day morning, it was over an hour later before the chairman of the city central committee, Walter S. Moore, rapped for order and the delegates took their seats in the space allotted to them according to their respective wards. At 10:16 o'clock Chairman Moore briefly stated the object of the conven tion, and called upon the secretary, J. Mills Davies, to read the call issued by the city central committee ordering the convention. This having been done, Chairman Moore announced that the lirst order of business was that of nominating a tem porary chairman. Messrs. T. .1. Carran, T. A. Lewis and M. T. Allen were placed in nomination, but Colonel Allen's name was subsequently withdrawn, as lie was unable to attend the convention. A vote was then taken upon the re maining two candidates, the roll being called according to precincts, which resulted in the election of T. J. Carran by 130 to 98. Mr. Carran, on being introduced by Chairman Moore, was enthusiastically received by a majority of the delegates present, and after the noise had some what subsided he addressed them briefly in a vigorous style, which appeared to increase his popularity considerably, judging irom the manner in which his closing remarks were applauded. After thanking the delegates for the unhoped-for honor they had bestowed upon him, Mr. Carran called upon them to go to work so as to present a ticket which should be equally acceptable to the citizens generally with the one they had already elected straight, so that this, the grandest part of the grandest state in the union, should be represented as it ought to be. He closed by inviting the co-operation of the delegates in the per formance of his duties successfully. Nominations for the position of tem porary secretary were then declared in order, and the names of L. F. Langtri, F. J. Cooper and Lestet E. Osborne having been placed before the conven tion, all three were, on motion of Major W. C. Furrey, declared the nominees. The question of appointing a tempor ary sergeant-at-arms was raised at this juncture, and it was decided that he should have but two assistants. A scene of confusion occurred, as a number of delegates attempted to be heard at one and the same time, with the usual re sult. Finally the names of S. K. Adams, W. E. Stoermer, D. Martin, 0. Marshall and W. H. Graves were placed before the convention; but, on motion of E. J. Niles, the matter of ap pointing a sergeant-at-arms and two assistants was referred to the committee on permanent organization and order of business. Dr. McGowan moved the appointment of a committee of five on credentials by tbe chairman, but M. 1.. Stat in moved as an amendment that one member be appointed for each ward, and it was so ordered. The same order was made with regard to committees on platform and resolu tions, and on credentials, and the ballot was proceeded with, each ward select ing its own representative in the various committees. The first collision occurred in the Sec ond ward, precinct A, which had 18 votes, being pitted against precincts B and 0, which had combined their 27 votes and demanded representation in opposition to the members suggested by precinct A. Both sides were very much in earnest about the matter, and as del egates from the other wards chipped in, the debate became very lively for a time, and confusion reigned supreme. To add to the general feeling of excite ment, a reflection was made by S. M. Ben nett,one of the disputants,against the city central committee, to which chairman Walter S. Moore replied in one of his most characteristic speeches, which was received with enthusiastic applause. Finally the Second ward delegation was polled and precincts B and C carried the day, the protest being referred to the committee on credentials. Secretary Langtri then read the com mittees as follows: On Order of Business and Permanent Organization—J. R. Coulee, L.J. Sheick, P. A. Stanton, AY. A. Caldwell, I. O. Dague, E. W. Leake, C. H. Humphreys, George R. Flint. F. E. Holloway. On Credentials—F. W. Tyler, E. V. Naud, C. W. McKelvey, F. W. Jones, C. 1. Shumway, W. H. Burns, R. Wilkin son, Dr. McGowan, Dr. N. H. Morrison. On Platform and Resolutions—F. R. Willis, J. N. Gregory, George W. Cooke, A. J. Copp, R. T. Horton. William Young, E. W. Lewis, N. W. Brady, 0. C. McComas. At this juncture, 11:15 o'clock, tlie convention adjourned until 1:30 o'clock in order to give all the committees time in which to prepare their reports. Afternoon Session. It was after 2 o'clock before Chairman Carran attempted to call the convention to order again, and it was fully fifteen minutes later before he waa able to make himself heard, such was the disorder which prevailed in the hall. The committee on credentials not being ready to report, on account of the trouble it experienced in settling the differences of the Second ward delegates, the chairman announced at 2:30 o'clock that in order to facilitate tiie work of the convention he would take the liberty of calling for the report of the committee on permanent organization and order of business. P. A. Stanton, chairman of the committee, then read the report, as follows: Mr. Chairman, and Gentlemen of the Conven tion: Your committee on permanent organ ization and order of business beg leave to offer the following recommendations : First—That the temporary organiza tion be made permanent. ' Second—Report of committee on per manent organization and order of busi ness. Third—Report of committee on plat form and resolutions. Fourth—Report of committee on cre dentials. Fifth —The selection of S. K. Adams as sergeant-at-arms at $6 per diem. Sixth—Selection of L. A. Hunt, Frank •Coleman, G. Morino and William THE LOS ANOELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1890. Stoermer as assistants at $4 each per diem. Seventh—The appointment of George Fitch and Ben Ferner as pages at $2 each per diem. Eighth—Tlie selection of a city cen tral committee, to be apportioned as follows: First ward, 2; Second ward, 3; Third ward, 8; Fourth ward, 3; Fifth ward, 2; Sixth ward, 2; Seventh ward, 3; Eighth ward, 3; Ninth ward, 2. Said committee to select its own chairman and all sub-committees. Ninth—We recommend that each del egate cast his own ballot in secret, the roll to be called by wards and precincts. Tenth-—That each candidate deposit the sum of $5 with the secretary before being balloted for. Eleventh —The collection of 50 cents from each delegate. Twelfth—Nominations for mayor. Thirteenth— Superintendentof streets. Fourteenth —City clerk. Fifteenth —Treasurer. Sixteenth—City engineer. Seven teentli —Auditor. Eighteenth—Assessor. Nineteenth —Tax collector. Twentieth—City attorney. Twenty-first—Five library trustees to be balloted upon at once, the five receiv ing the highest number of votes to be the nominees. Twenty-second — Councilmen and members of the board of education from each ward, to be selected by the respect ive delegations. Twenty-third—We recommend that there be no nominating nor seconding speeches. The following supplemental report was read: We, the undersigned members of the committee on order of business, after due consideration, have resolved to re consider that portion of our report rela tive to the chairmanship of the city central committee, so that it shall read as follows: First in order of business, tlie election of a chairman of the city central com mittee, who shall be nominated by the convention, to have full power to ap point his executive committee. George 11. Flint, Lkn J. Sohibck, Jn., W. A. Caldwell, Chas. H. Humphreys, I. A. Stanton, F. 0. Holloway. A lively debate followed upon the iiuestion of the adoption of the report as read, J. J. Norton objecting vigor ously to the clause prohibiting delegates from making nominating speeches, on the ground that he did not like to see the business of a convention cut and dried beforehand. On motion it was resolved to amend the report so as to allow nominating speeches of three minutes duration; but no seconding speeches were to be permissible. Tbe clause referring to the appoint ment of assistants to tbe sergeant at arms was objected to, the convention having already fixed the number at two only, and the two last names were dropped from the list. The question of the manner of select ing the central committee brought out a lengthy discussion, which resulted in the adoption of an amendment to the effect that a committeeman be elected from each of the forty-seven precincts in the city. The report, as amended, was then adopted. C. C. McComas then read tho .follow ing report, which was adopted unani mously : Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Conven tion: Your committee on platform and reso lutions beg leave to report as follows: Resolved, That the Republican party of the city of Los Angeles in convention assembled hereby reaffirm and endorse the principles of the Republican party as set forth in the platform adopted at its late convention at Sacramento, and under which the state of California was wrested from Democratic control and a Republican governor and general assem bly so triumphantly elected. That the Republican party believe in and endorse the rigid enforce ment of all laws and ordinances for the suppression of vice and immorality, and to that end we favor the enactment of the necessary legislation, both state and municipal, for this purpose, and pledge our nominees to the support of such legislation whenever and wherever en acted. That the Republican party are in favor of a prudent and economical administra tion of our municipal affairs, and to that end we favor the early submission to the people of an amendment to the city char ter making such reduction in the salaries of city officials as will provide only ade quate compensation for the labor per formed. And we further favor an aboli tion of all official sinecures, and demand of the city council that, the number of deputies for the several offices shall be limited to the number actually necessary to perform the work, and that the best material of the Republican party be first exhausted in such appointments. We believe in a fair day's wages for a fair day's work, and the strict enforce ment of the eight-hour law, aud that no Chinese laborers or any material made by Chinese laborshallbe used in or upon any public works of this city. That we favor such legislation as w ill secure to the city the ownership of all water works, gaswwks and electric light plants. On motion of Major Furrey, tlie ser geant-at-arms was instructed to prevent the delegates from smoking, and to clear the body of the hall from all who were not delegates, and after this had been done, Chairman Carran ordered the chairman of each precinct to collect the assessment of 50 cents from each of the delegates ; while the convention awaited the report of the committee on creden tials. An objection was raised to this method of procedure by a delegate from the Second ward, who wanted to know how they were to know who were dele gates, until the report of the committee was read, but the chairman ignored the matter altogether. The report of the committee on cre dentials was called for and presented by J. Burns. The committee found that the list of delegates returned was correct with the exception of the following names from precinct B, of the Second ward, who were disqualified : A. Goodwin, oh the ground of not being a qualified elector; J. Cline, on the ground of non-residence in the precinct, and George' Flood, on the ground of not being a qualified elector. The committee recommended that O. Morgan, J. B. Brown and W. F. Ball, having the next highest number of votes, be Boated as delegates in precinct B, Second ward. The report was adopted unanimously. Chairman Carran then declared nom inations for mayor to be in Older, and reminded the convention that speeches would only occupy three minutes. For several minutes an ominous hush prevailed over the convention, which was broken only by the chairman, who thrice announced that nominations were in order. Finally, however, after a whispered consultation with his fellow delegates, Judge Hubbell rose and ex citedly moved for a suspension of tho rules in order that Hon. H. T. Hazard, whom he placed in nomination, might be declared the unanimous nominee of the convention by acclamation. A scene of the wildest excitement fol lowed upon this motion, and twenty delegates rose, in various parts of the hall to second it. On the motion being put it was carried with enthusiastic cheers, which were prolonged until Mayor Hazard appeared upon the plat form to express his gratitude for the re nomination, which he did, with his characteristic bluntness. The next order of business was that of the selection of a city central committee, each precinct being called upon to pre sent the name of its chosen representa tive. The list, as read by Secretary Langtri, was as follows : Precinct 1, R. J. Pollard; precinct 2, J. L. Blackman; precinct 3, H. J. Moore; precinct 4, S. A. Garrett; pre cinct 5, W. B. Robb; precinct 0, H. M. Morrison ; precinct 7, A. D. Sanborn ; precinct 8, W. A. Bailey; precinct 9, R. Llewellyn ; precinct 10, A. E. Dixon ; precinct 11, J. A. Nelson; precinct 12, Hy Roos ; precinct 13, G. Flint ;precinct 14, J. M. Meredith; precinct 15, Ed Booth; precinct 10, James War ren; precinct 17, F. A. Hamilton; 18, H. C. Vignes; 19, W. G. Gray ; 20, M. L. Starin; 21, F. M. Gilbert; 22, E. A. Wilkins; 23, F. Stein; 24, W. H. Burns; 26,0. H. Kelsey; 20, F. B. Hai- ! bert; 27, J. A. Davis; 28, W. A. Parker; 20, A. N. Francisco; 30, A. J. Copp; 3., B. Fromberg; 32, Geo. Pike; 33, G. W. Cooke; 34, F. N. Munson; 35, G. H. ! Pettis; 30, P. A. Stanton; 37, O. D. j Piatt; 38, I. B. Newton ; 39, E. J. Niles ; ' 40, E. VV. Kinsley; 41, G. W. Van Al- | stein; 42, F. F. Phillips; 43, W. 11. Davis; 44, H. C. Register; 45, E. V. | Naud; 40, Al. L'obler; 47, W. H. Gary. ! Nominations for the office oi street su- ! perintendent were next declared to be in order, and F. R. Willis presented the name of Colonel \V. E. Morford; T. J. Carran, who resigned the chair tempo rarily for the purpose, nominated E. R. Hutchinson; G. R. Weeks placed in nomination W. J. Brown; t. C. Hub bell nominated H. Hutton; A. J. Copp nominated Colonel Miller; G. M. Holton presented the name of Frank Walker, and Major E. W. Jones placed in nom ination A. M. Austin. The candidates having deposited their fees with the secretary, the roll call was proceeded with, Major. Furrey, G. Flint, M. W. Brady, F. E. Holloway, and G. 11. Stewart having first been ap pointed by the chair as tellers. The result of the first ballot showed that four more votes had been cast than there were delegates, and the second ballot resulted in one vote too much be ing cast. A lively row occurred during the casting of the ballot for the third time, three delegates being prevented from voting by the tellers because the requisite number of votes had been cast in their ward. On the fourth ballot Hutchinson re ceived 132 votes, Walker 119 and Brown 1, the others having been dropped, and the first named candidate was declared the unanimous nominee of the conven tion. After the result was announced the wildest disorder prevailed,and the chair man shouted himself hoarse for over ten minutes in a vain attempt to make him self heard. When the next order of business, that of presenting the names of candi dates for the office of city clerk, was an nounced, Walter S. Moore moved a sus pension of the rules in order that the nomination of Freeman G. Teed be made unanimous by acclamation, and it was so ordered. On motion of C.C. McComas a similar order was made with regard to M. I). Johnson, who was nominated for the office of city treasurer without opposi tion. Two names were presented to the con vention as candidates for the office of city engineer, Ed. A. Lowndes and J. P. Cul ver, but the former received 145 out of the 254 votes cast, and was declared the nominee on the first ballot. Frank E. Lopez and W. W. Robinson were nominated as candidates for the office of city auditor, and the first ballot resulted in a decisive victory for the former, as he received 198 votes of the 251 cast. He was subsequently declared the unanimous nominee of the conven tion. At this juncture, it being then 5:15 o'clock, the convention adjourned until seven o'clock in the evening. Tho Evening Session. At 7 :25 the evening session was be gun. Judge Hubbell moved that the city central committee be strengthened by the addition of Colonel Walter S. Moore as chairman and delegate-at large, which was unanimously adopted. The next order of business being that of nominating candidates for the office of city assessor, 11. Glaze placed in nom ination J. M. Guinn ; Major E. W.Jones uominated J. W. Hinton; M. L. Starin nominated C. 11. McNally, and J. J. Norton nominated John Fischer. Balloting then followed, resulting as follows: .Guinn, 34 ; Hinton, 133; Mc- Nally, 31; Fischer, 50; total vote cast, 254; necessary to a choice, 128. Chairman Carran announced the nomination of Mr. Hinton amid a storm of applause, and stated that the next order of business would be the nomination of tax collector. On motion of Delegate Owens, the nomination of Len J. Thompson for this office was made by acclamation. The city attorneyship was announced as the next order of business. Mr. Willis of the First ward, in a neat little speech, named Charles McFarland as a man who would withstand the greedy encroachments of corporations. Mr. Garrett of the First ward named Charles W. Pendleton in a short speech. C. C. McComas presented tho name of B. M. Marble. R. L. Horton of the Fifth ward sec onded the nomination of Mr. Pendle ton. The delegates, thinking he was to put some one in nomination, listened attentively to Mr. Horton, who was greeted with hoots and hisses when it was found that he was only seconding Mr. Pendleton, and the chairman de clared him out of order. Nominations were then declared closed, and the count proceeded. The ballot resulted as follows: Mc- Farland, 147; Pendleton, 54; Marble, 50. Total vote, 257; necessary to a choice, 129. The result was received with cheers, which were suddenly stopped when a delegate announced that 257 votes made it illegal, as there were only 254 dele gates. * Chairman Carran said that the result would not be changed if the extra votes were cut ofT, and the nomination was on motion declared unanimous. The next order of business was an nounced to be the selection *of five can didates as library trustees. Judge Holton placed in nomination Mr. Fred E. Holloway of the Ninth ward. Judge Allen of the Fourth ward nom inated Major E. W. Jones. C. T. Munson of the Seventh ward named H. J..Spencer. S. A. Garrett of the First ward named F. R. Willis. Mr. Atwood named O. Morgan. E. J. Niles named R. A. Brown. Major E. W. Jones in a stirring speech named J. M. Guinn. R. D. Wade named J. M. Davies, of the Evening Express. J. C. Murray was named by Mr. Rogers. Col. John O. Wheeler and Ira D. Mopre were also named. E. J. Niles considerately moved that these candidates be exempted from the rule of putting up $5 for the privilege of being nominated, which motion was car ried. The vote was as follows: F. E. Hol loway. 174; E. W. Jones, 147; H. J. Spencer, 153; F. R. Willis, 144; O. Mor gan, 79; Ira D. Moore, 84; R. A. Brown, 114; J. M. Guinn, 110; J. C. Murray, 8; J. O. Wheeler, 89; J. M. Davies, 66. According to the rules Messrs. Holla way, Jones, Spencer, Willis and Guinn were declared the nominees, having re ceived the five highest number of votes. During the vote counting, Chairman Carran made a neat little speech of thanks for the consideration with which he had been treated. As he finished, "Sconchin" Maloney staggered up to the platfoim, bending under the weight of an enormous boquet of gor geous blossoms, which, with his us ual grace, he presented to the chair man. Judge McComas then, on the unanimous vote of the convention, pre sented to Mr. Carran the gavel he had so energetically used all day. During the balloting for the library trustees, the Second warders held a sec ond ballot for councilman, the first one resulting in favor of George McLain, against Major J. M.Frew, but it was charged there had been a stuffing of the ballot box. The second ballot was cast, and was counted on the stage, the re sult being 20 for Frew and 25 for Mc- Lain, thus electing the latter. Ward Nominations. The following were announced as tl;e ward nominations: Fcr the council: First ward—Sherman Smith. Second ward—George McLain. Third ward—W. H. Bonsall. Fourth ward—W. 11. Rhodes. Fifth ward—J. Q. Tufts. Sixth ward—C. H. Alford. Seventh ward —J. D. Brown. Eighth ward—Theodore Summerland. Ninth ward—Samuel Reese. For the board of education : First ward—R. 11. Boal. Second ward—C. M. Schieck. Third ward—J. M. Witmer. Fourth ward—T. J. Davis. Fifth ward—A. C. Shafer. Sixth ward—Dr. B. F. Kierulir. Seventh ward —C. E. Crowlev. Eighth ward—C. E. DeCamp. Ninth ward—Dr. C. Barber. A BIG ACREAGE. Antelope Valley to Produce a Tremen dous Grain Crop. C. E. J. White of Maynard is at the Natick house. Mr. White is one of the most extensive farmers of Antelope val ley. He predicts an unexampled sea son of prosperity for fanners in that region. To a Hbbald reporter yester day he said that the grain crop in the valley this season would consist of 100, --000 acres. The delay in the rains was all right; farmers there did not need any rain until the middle of December, which would insure a large yield. The grain land is summer fallowed, which Mr. White thinks is much the best plan; one farmer tried both summer fallowing and winter plowing; on the land treated in tbe former way he got a crop of twelve sacks to tbe acre, and on the lat ter only eight sacks. Mr. White thinks that summer fallowing is best adapted for all grain regions in Southern Cali fornia. "A GROWL,." Mb. Editor: Although my taxes ara small, yet they arc as burdensome to me al i£ I paid much more. And as a tax-payer, I feel that I have a right to criticise those extravagances that are factors in the creation of high taxes. I have in my miud the county hospital. No sooner does the impecunious citizen become broken down and debilitated, than he rushes off to the hospital. Even persistent dyspepsia and constipation are getting to be excuses for admis sion. Hence, allow me space to enter my feeble protest against further continuance of this per nicious practice. It costs the county many hard dollars for the treatment of every one of these unfortunate!, and it is high time that they should knovr that they can save the county that expense, aud themselves those distressing ail ments, by the Judicious use of a few bottles of Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla,— a remedy that within my observation is a sovereign cure for those too common disorders. If they won't take it they ought to be compelled to by some law that would meet the case. Uuder the circum stances a full hospital is inexcusable, — hence this growl. CITIZBN. Sudden Deaths. Heart disease it by far the most frequent cause of sudden death, which in three out of four cases is unsuspected. The symptomß are not generally understood. 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IS HEREBY GIVEN", THAT TBE jCAI semi-annual examination of teachers will be held in the assembly room ol the Normal School building, corner of Grand avenue and Fifth Btreet, beginning on Monday, December 22, 1890, at 10 o'clock a m. All teachers now holding temporary primary grade certificates granted upon primary grade certificates from other counties, and all appli cants for certificates, must be present at the beginning of the examination. All teachers now holding temporary gram mar grade certificates, and all teachers whose certificates are about to expire, must file their applications for permanent certificates, or for renewal, with the secretary of the county board, on or before December 18,1890. By order of the Couuty Board of Education. 11-23 30t-d«fcwky W. W. SEAMAN, Sec. C. B. HANCE'S Central Pharmacy, ITT AND 1 79 North Spring St., LOS ANOELES. DRUG WAR. Kas declared war on high prices, and fully i determined from this time to make much lower prices than have prevailed heretofore on every thing kept by druggists. 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Cutaway Suits $40 00 $32 50 Cutaway Suits 35 00 30 00 Sack Suits 30 CO 24 00 Sack Suits 27 50 24 00 Sack Suits 25 00 21 00 Sack Suits 22 00 18 00 Overcoats, from 22 50 up. Trowsers, from 5 00 up. Perfect lit and Qrst-class workmanship guar anteed. 118 SOUTH SPRING STREET. Call and examine our stock before ordering elsewhere. 11-15-3 m JOE POHEIM, THE TAILOR, Has just received an immense stock of Fall and Winter Woolens and is making Suits to order at 40 per cent less than any other Tailor on the Pacific Coast. Elegant English Serge and Cheviot Suits, to order, from 525 to W35 Fine Dress English Worsted Suits, to order, from WHO to BS4O (Cost elsewhere from $55 to $75) Fine French Heaver and Pique Suits, toorder, from 835t0545 (Cost elsewhere $00.00 to $90.00). French Cassimere Suits, to order, from 835 to 945 Overcoats, fine Silk Linings, from 525 to S4O And other garments in proportion. Perfect fit and best of workmanship guaranteed or no sale. Rules of self-measuremeut and samples of cloth sent free to any address, or application to JOE POHEIM, The Tailor, 141 and 143 S. Spring Street, LOS ANGELES. SPECIAL PRICES FOR FIRST-CLASS DENTAL WORK Teeth Filled Without Pain. Gold Crowns, the best $5.00 and up. | Gold Fillings, the best, $1.00 and up. Silver or Amalgam Fillings. 50 ets. and up. Cement or White Filling!, 25 cts. and up. Teeth cleaned, 50 els. and up. Artificial Teeth, the best, $3,00 nnd up. Teeth extracted without pain. Teeth extracted free of '-charge from 8 to 9 a.m. Nothing ncr First-Class Work Done. DR. PARKER, Cor. Broadway and Third st.. (Enhance on Third st.) 10-28-lm EH r PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. No. 6 Bertha (a 5-hole) Ranrre $ 9.00 No. 7 Bertha (a 5-hole i Range 10.00 No. 8 Bertha (a 5-hole) Range 13.00 I am overstocked with Gasoline Stoves and am selling them at $4 Less Than Eastern Prices. EVERY STOVE GUARANTEED! A fine line of Dry Airßefrigeratorsatverylow prices. A full line of Medallion Rangca Stoves sold on the installment plan at ( F. E. BROWNE'S ml2-tf 136 8. Main St., opp. Mott Market. Naud's Warehouse. GRAIN, WOOL., —AND— General Merchandise Warehouse. ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL. ml2-tf C. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist & Chemist No. 188 N. Main St., I.os Augeles, Cal. Proscriptions carefully com->ounaed day and I night. mil-tf